A few episodes back, Scott issued the Product Discovery 24 Hour Challenge. Did you take him up on the challenge? If you haven’t, it’s not too late! Take a look at the links in the resources section below to learn all about it. On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott shares some update from TAS followers like you who took the challenge and ……
I don’t know about the new course. I have gone through some of the Proven Amazon Course which was created by Jim Cockrum. Jim lives in my city, has a great reputation for giving back to the community and for being an honest online marketer. He does very well selling stuff on Amazon. The idea for this business is to source products that you can buy for 1/3 the price that you know will sell on Amazon. There is software you can get to help you make good buying decisions. And, it’s a real business, so it takes work. Jim’s sales page is not that fancy but the course looked good to me. It includes video training and webinar training all for only $247.
CleanTAS 224 : 3 Red Flags for Bad Product Selection and How to Avoid Them! The number of questions Scott gets week after week about whether or not a product idea is a good one are so numerous that it’s prompted him to record this episode. There are certain things that make for a great private label product opportunity and ot 7/4/2016 Free View in iTunes
Thirdly, would you rather have a number of false starts following the advice of self-appointed wannabe gurus who have never done it themselves but are rehashing other people’s half-truths (alternatively, you could also choose to waste a lot of time on Google with no clear idea of what is wheat and what is chaff), or would you rather learn the most effective and efficient way of doing it from people who have been there and done it?
Your review of ASM is spot on. The training and support are average at best, I did not feel that my success really matters to Amazing Selling Machine. I have spent 6 months working at this and have lost $5,000 on this mediocre training and another $10,000 on product, shipping, etc.
Negative reviews are at the top of some of the worst things that can happen to an Amazon seller. So what recourse do you have? Should you respond to the negative reviews? Abandon the listing and start a new one? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through several ways sellers like you can deal with negative reviews left on your product listing. One thought that Scott shares is to consider offering a new and improved product that resolves the reviewer’s issues free of charge as a response to the review that they left.
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ASM 374 – Power Units Laboratory – 1.00 credit: Laboratory to complement concepts introduced in ASM 373. Topics include engine systems, operation, adjustment, maintenance, repair, measurement, and testing. 1 three-hour laboratory. Prereq: MATH 103 or 104.
I have a question. I am new to private labeling on Amazon. I basically used ASMs model (without paying for the course) and combined other Amazon knowledge I’ve gathered over the years. I have done pretty well for starting out – 4k per month.
Amazing FBA, led by Michael Veazey, is a Podcast, community and set of resources for any UK Amazon Seller (though we welcome all visitors, including our many American, Australian, Canadian and German visitors).
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